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Counselor & Therapist
Chestnut Hill & Lower Gwynedd
Deb Owens, Licensed Counselor, Relationship Coach
Counseling or Therapy is an investment in your life, relationships, health, well being, and future.
Compassionate, results oriented. We’ll work together to help you reach your goals and find more peace and happiness.
Stressed or relationship struggles
Feeling overwhelmed, sad, anxious, stuck?
Check my counseling specializations:
Click links below for more info on each specialization:
•MOOD: worrying, anxiety, depression, stress, panic attacks, cbt
•ADDICTION or misuse: alcohol, drugs, dui counseling, codependence, dealing with a love one’s mental health or alcohol or drug use, adult children of alcoholics, aca counseling
•RELATIONSHIPS: individual coach, marriage or couples counselor
•TRANSITIONS: midlife, young adults
You can be confident that I’ll be with you to inspire, challenge, and encourage.
Let’s get you feeling better. Live the life you deserve.
I get it. I’ve been there. It’s tough trying to figure out how to make a marriage or relationship work.
As your marriage or relationship counselor, I’ll help you to get unstuck from unhelpful patterns.
Trust or intimacy challenges
Tense over family, parenting, chores
Feel like roommates, drifting apart?
Relationship coaching or couples counseling helps
Struggle is inevitable. A necessary part of every relationship. We can’t grow a strong and healthy marriage without challenges.
Don’t want to wait until it worsens. There is hope. See marriage map.
It may be hard work for a while; the rewards are worth it.
Through marriage, relationship, or couples counseling you can discover tools to improve communication skills and connection. Get your relationship back on track.
With your commitment and right kind of effort together, your marriage can bounce back. You can be close and caring again.
Stop worrying about your marriage or relationship; learn to feel good about it again.
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